EMFs and Your Home As An Ecosystem with Nicole Bijlsma

EMFs and Your Home As An Ecosystem with Nicole Bijlsma

Me and Nicole Bijlsma dove right into the super pertinent environmental factors that are dominating most homes and human habitats in the West including EMFs (electromagnetic fields), household chemicals, mould and heaps more. If you’re planning on being on this planet for along time then listen to this and take notes! It’s time to bring the biology to the home and ensure we’re living in an environment that is living and breathing, because most people are living in houses that promote disease. 

Evolutionary Herbalism with Sajah Popham

Evolutionary Herbalism with Sajah Popham

If you’re into herbs then you’ll want to listen to this. Sajar is an epic herbalist and is having the conversations about herbal practice that I love and allows us to get into closer relation with the herbs and exactly how they are working in the body. Get ready to stop being confused by the excessive information about herbs in the textbooks and learn how to begin understanding the patterns that herbs make in our bodies.
 

Healing Lyme with Amina Eastham-Hiller

Healing Lyme with Amina Eastham-Hiller

Lyme Disease is running rampant in Australia, but what is this infection? Amina Eastham-Hillier is a naturopath and herbalist who specialises in treating stealth infections, especially the Lyme bacteria and its co-infections and has lots to say on the topic. Ever wonder why it's so difficult to heal this illness? Join us as we go deep into exploring the nature of this stealth pathogen and the process that it undertakes while infecting the body; and no, it isn't the same for everybody and depends on which co-infections have hit you and where in the body presents the greatest weakness. Treatment for Lyme takes time, however as you'll discover in this interview it can be done with an experienced team, clever strategy, time and tenacity. Enjoy diving deep into this epic conversation about healing Lyme. 

Lyme Disease in Australia with Peter Dobie

Lyme Disease in Australia with Peter Dobie

Since getting bitten by a Lyme infected tick last year I’ve been very interested in helping inform people about what exactly this infection is, the controversy surrounding it and how to treat it (big discussion). Peter Dobie has been doing all these things for many years in Australia, in fact he’s one of the longest serving integrative doctors in Oz and he a lot of insights and practical information to share in regards to the research behind Lyme, getting it acknowledged by the modern medical system (because it IS here), treatment options and heaps more. If you’re in an area where Lyme is prevalent, or plan to travel to any such places, it is important to be aware of what to do in the instance of infection, this podcast lays it out.  

Sex Magic with Juliet Allen

Sex Magic with Juliet Allen

Juliet Allen is back and we’re diving deeper into the topic of sex and intimacy than ever before. It’s been over a year and a half since she graced the podcast and we had a lot to explore in regards to how we can get deeply in touch with our own sexual practice and start creating the sex life we’ve always dreamed of. There were many distinctions here Juliet dropped that have opened up some deep considerations for myself and my relationship with sex and I know there they will for you too. Get ready to integrate on a whole new level with yourself and your partners sexually. 

Adaptive Parenting with Tahnee McCrossin Part 2

Adaptive Parenting with Tahnee McCrossin Part 2

Tahnee and I are back at it this week in part 2 of the adaptive parenting series. This week we dive into the things we've been doing to keep Mum, Bub and Dad healthy throughout these first 8 months. We'll cover more of our developing personal philosophy around parenting and how we ensure we're making the best choices for our family, not just following the "rules." It was heaps of fun diving into the nature and energetics of being a young family and how this little family ecosystem can become sustainable and enriching for the whole tribe. So come talk baby food, vaccines, immunological development for the little ones, mumma regeneration tactics, the importance of parents keeping up their physical practice and heaps more as we dive into the world of adaptive parenting. 

Adaptive Parenting with Tahnee McCrossin Part 1

Adaptive Parenting with Tahnee McCrossin Part 1

Tahnee and I are back at it again discussing our experience in becoming new parents. After the huge success of our last 2 part series, we have been inundated with requests for a follow-up, and so here we are with an 8&1/2 month old bubba sharing all we've learn and felt since last time. There are many gems in this chat around physical health, however, the bulk of the conversation lies in the juicy psychology of making the mental and emotional shift to being parents. This has been by far the greatest aspect of our journey as new parents and we're just grateful to have an opportunity to reflect upon it.  

Social Media and Original Sin Part 2 with Tristan Bray

Social Media and Original Sin Part 2 with Tristan Bray

PART 2
The world of social media is here, it’s pervasive and it is not going away; but how do we integrate with it in a healthy and sustainable manner? It’s this questions that lead me to sitting down with Tristan Bray to explore some of the physiological effects that Instagram & Facebook have when in excess and some very interesting distinctions that can help us to stay centred in navigating this vast, polarising, deep, shallow, complex, silly and meaningful virtual world. Get ready to get some wake up calls around the nature of this virtual world and learn the dynamic ways that it is being used by people and organisations around the world. Social media often sits on a knifes edge between being medicine for the world or poison (like many herbs based on their dose), let’s explore where that dynamic line exists.

Social Media and Original Sin Part 1 with Tristan Bray

Social Media and Original Sin Part 1 with Tristan Bray

The world of social media is here, it’s pervasive and it is not going away; but how do we integrate with it in a healthy and sustainable manner? It’s this questions that lead me to sitting down with Tristan Bray to explore some of the physiological effects that Instagram & Facebook have when in excess and some very interesting distinctions that can help us to stay centred in navigating this vast, polarising, deep, shallow, complex, silly and meaningful virtual world. Get ready to get some wake up calls around the nature of this virtual world and learn the dynamic ways that it is being used by people and organisations around the world. Social media often sits on a knifes edge between being medicine for the world or poison (like many herbs based on their dose), let’s explore where that dynamic line exists.

Medicinal Cannabis Culture with Justin Sinclair

Medicinal Cannabis Culture with Justin Sinclair

Join me in a deep exploration of one of human kinds more wonderful companion plants; cannabis. As a herbal medicine this plant, its many strains and it’s phytochemistry are an obvious inclusion for medicine going forward in creating a holistic and integrated approach to healing the body. Shrouded with controversy and authoritarian suppression, cannabis has been dragged through an intense slander campaign for the past 100 years and has been denied to millions as a medicine we may incorporate into our lives and systems; but that is changing. Justin Sinclair is a patient advocate, herbalist and researcher who is on the front line here in Australia and internationally in bringing forth both the shift in cultural narrative around cannabis as well as the data and lore that blatantly tells us how deeply this plant can contribute to our wellness. We have the sovereign right to access medicine, especially when it offers no threat or harm. In this interview Justin and I explore this subject in depth.